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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Never think and act like you’re the best — you always have something to learn. Those were the words of Edson Arantes do Nascimento, more commonly known as Pele’, who was given an honorary … more
The Long Island Rail Road will provide eight extra eastbound trains on Monday, April 14 and Friday, April 18, including three additional trains on the Babylon branch.  LIRR officials … more
Every year, the Long Island Division of the March of Dimes selects what they call a local ambassador family for their March for Babies in East Meadow and Central Islip. These families were confronted … more
Nassau County veterans who thought they would see their school taxes reduced in 2014-15 have another think coming. Though dozens of school boards around the county voted in recent weeks to ease veterans’ tax burdens, the county’s Department of Assessment has postponed enactment of the tax breaks until 2015-16. more
The East Meadow School District’s proposed 2014-15 budget will maintain all educational programs, services and staff, according to Superintendent Louis DeAngelo. Adopted by the Board of Education on April 3, the spending plan, which totals $191.1 million, is 1.53 percent larger than the current budget. more
Michael Mirotznik, an East Meadow-based attorney and East Meadow High School alumnus, was appointed last week by County Executive Ed Mangano as the chairman of the NuHealth board of directors. more
The East Meadow Chamber of Commerce will host an inaugural fundraiser at Eisenhower Park next month to encourage reading and exercise among local community members while benefiting an educational program hosted by the Nassau University Medical Center. more
The East Meadow Fire Department installed Robert Salvesen Jr. as its 65th chief of department last Saturday, in a formal ceremony at department headquarters on East Meadow Avenue. more
Nearly 10 years ago, Susanne Giuliani wrote her first manuscript, a children’s story about a mouse named Musky living in New York City. Unsure what to do next, she gave it to her daughter, Kristin, a fourth-grade teacher in the Oceanside School District, who read the manuscript to her students. A hit among the kids, the children divided the pages amongst themselves, and drew illustrations as a homework assignment. more
The Herald Community Newspapers won 11 awards for excellence in reporting, writing and advertising in the New York Press Association’s 2013 Better … more
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